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Need to sort through sent items on Exchange 2007

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Client is currently running Exchange 2007 as part of SBS 2008. She sent an e-mail out in 2012, which she now needs to refer to, but can't remember which e-mail account she sent it from.

I've got the e-mail domain she sent it to, so how do I sort through the database on Exchange 2007 looking for all e-mails sent to @company.co.uk for the past 2 years?

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Mark
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You should be able to use the get-messagetrackinglog powershell cmdlet with the -recipients switch and a start and end date.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb676348%28v=exchg.80%29.aspx
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